The Massif Central is a Hercynian mountain range in southern central France. With a surface of 85 000 km, it is the largest mountain range in France. It is also one of the oldest (formed 500 million years ago).
In this rural region where large cities such as Saint-Etienne, Clermont-Ferrand and Limoges are located, winter sport resorts developed in the second half of the 20th century.
Super Besse is a lively ski resort which offers everything a skier could wish for. This resort will please both alpine and cross-country skiers as well as snowboarders.
Last but not least, the resort was rewarded the 'Famille Plus Montagne' seal of approval for the quality of its services put in place for families with children.
Snowfall and ski info for »
It was one of the first winter sports resorts to be graded, thanks to its reputation, the purity of its air, its thermal water and the quality and modernity of its ski area.
Snowfall and ski info for Le Mont Dore »
Located in the heart of the Auvergne Volcano national parc, Le Lioran has always been a privileged place for ski amateurs, since it has the largest ski area of the Massif central...
Snow report for Le Lioran »